Dracula vs. Frankenstein
Directed by Al Adamson
Produced by Al Adamson
Mardi Rustam
Mohammed Rustam
Samuel M. Sherman
John Van Horne
Written by William Pugsley
Samuel M. Sherman
Starring J. Carrol Naish
Lon Chaney Jr.
Anthony Eisley
Regina Carrol
Greydon Clark
Music by William Lava
Cinematography Paul Glickman
Gary Graver
Editing by Irwin Cadden
Distributed by Troma Entertainment
Release date(s) 1971
Running time 90 minutes
Language English

Dracula vs. Frankenstein is a 1971 horror film directed by Al Adamson.


A mad descendent (J. Caroll Naish) of the original Dr. Frankenstein takes to murdering young women for experimentation in hopes to revive his ancestor's creation (John Bloom), with help from his mute assistant (Lon Chaney Jr.). Things start to heat up when Dracula (Zandor Vorkov) arrives and promises to revive Frankenstein's monster in return for a serum that will grant him immortality.



This was Lon Chaney Jr.'s final horror film role and J. Carroll Naish's last film. Chaney filmed his part in mid-1969 when the film was titled Blood Seekers; Naish filmed additional footage in 1970 when Dracula and the Frankenstein Monster were added to the story (and in his confrontation scene with Dracula, he appears noticeably older).[1] Regina Carrol appears in the film as one of the people who discover the two title monsters; in reality, she was married to director Adamson. The film was distributed by Troma Entertainment.[2]


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